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    Plant Ninja Smitty's Avatar
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    Need Bromeliad Identification please.

    I can't seem to get a hold of anyone down where I took these pics at.
    Perhaps, Does anyone know the I.D of this Bromeliad? It is one that I would like to have in my collection. Thanks!



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    I have no idea what the species is, but that's the most ridiculously growing bromeliad I have ever seen. That must be the ventrata of broms.

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    some kind of neoregelia, neoregelia schultesiana "fireball" maybe.
    my growlist: http://terraforums.com/forums/showth...306#post976306
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    No kidding! I was just about to post the same plant! Here's my entry:




    I'll be going back to ******* ******** in June, I hope I remember to ask Damon what it is, I was asking him about other broms, but I forgot that one.
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    While it's not usually good to guess the cultivar of a hybrid [as with many cp's] I'm almost positive that it's Neoregelia 'fireball' as my friend has shown me pics of that very plant, and he happens to work there...

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